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Discussion: Results from Louisville Qualifier?

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June 9, 2008
Men's 65
94 posts
Results from Louisville Qualifier?
Anyone have the FINAL Results?
June 9, 2008
Men's 65
317 posts
Hi Red Eye, results from the 50 Major/Major Plus,was as follows
1.Windy City 3-1
2. Coors Light 3-1
3, Indiana Classics 2-2
4. Declaire -0-4

55 AAA
1. Metro Stars- Louisville
2, Nationwide/Indiana Classics 55's

55 Major Plus
1. Travellodge
2. Jim & Joes

I do not remember who else won in the other divisions.
June 9, 2008
Men's 50
1375 posts
Two team division are such a joke. Even four is pathetic.

Just not worth spending much time and money on.
June 9, 2008
96 posts
JC24...Rabbit...talked to ya at the tourney...RedEye and I are good friends...

50AA and 55AA results. (we were put together - 4 teams)

1. Smith's Laminating 50s AA
2. Dayton Legends 55s AA

We closed the park...finished at...8pm...lost. 24-10 in the finals...
Way too long to finish this thing...don't think we'll be home at 11pm..17 teams and 2 diamonds...needed more fields..

June 9, 2008
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
793 posts
What's up, Doc? Good to see you out and about. JC, I did not know that you were up all night because I think we left around 6:00. I do know that Johnny has been talking with Columbus about using those fields next year to have more than 2 fields. It was better in Clarksville this year, and we only have 100 years before Columbus gets a flood like this again. We will all be playing in the Field of Dreams by then.
June 9, 2008
Men's 55
451 posts
For anyone interested

50AAA results

Riverside Paving
Ol Skool
June 9, 2008
Men's 65
317 posts
Hi JC24, Nancy and Corky, it was good seeing you all of you again, and I agree, not much of a tourney, for the money $356.00 for 4 games, but Johnny had no other choice, like you said she is moving the tourney to Columbus,Ind next year to a 6 diamond complex, she will have more teams and more games per team, and less money, I HOPE. But Johnny does her best and I thank her for that.

I forgot to mention that the 55 AAA only had 2 teams, Metro Stars and my Indiana Classic 55's, and we had to forfiet the championship game because most of my players either had flooded homes or their children's homes were flooded, two players cars were caught in the flood and some could not get to their homes, or when they got back home Saturdaynight, they could not get out, so family and homes are more important then softball, we decided to cancel the game and let Metro Stars be the winner, Tom told me they tied their win total from last year, 2 wins, and we were really only 1-2 for the Saturday's games, like you said, not a true picture of how anyone can play.

on to Shelbyville in 2 weeks, Rabbit
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